Maasai Mara

Adventure of a life time



The Maasai Mara is globally renowned for its glorious open plains and exceptional wildlife. It is home to the greatest gathering of larger mammals on the planet, including such fantastic species as lions, cheetahs, crocodiles, elephants, and many more.

The Maasai Mara is a perfect holiday destination throughout the year, thanks to its continuous pleasant temperatures and limited rainfall. From late June to October/November the Mara welcomes the Great Migration of wildebeest, zebras and antelopes, an extraordinary wildlife spectacle named as one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. The Maasai Mara is easy to get to. The Savannah is only a short transfer flight away from Nairobi, an international hub with several international arrivals every day.

Basecamp Masai Mara

Basecamp Masai Mara – fittingly referred to as the ‘mother of all camps’ by our staff – is where our story started. Lovingly run by our Maasai staff – Basecamp Masai Mara is as much a home as it is a tourism destination.

Eagle view

At Eagle View we invite you to gaze towards the future of Sustainable Tourism. Perched atop a natural hilltop, this luxury eco-camp is located within Naboisho Conservancy – a highly acclaimed model for nature conservation management.

Wilderness camp

Wilderness is our nostalgic tribute to the safaris of the early explorers and safari pioneers. Free from artificial luxury and modern disturbances, Wilderness is safari as it was meant to be. It is only you, the Maasai, the wildlife, and the stars.

Dorobo Mobile Camp

Truly the stuff of legends, the Dorobo spend their lives living off the African savannah, carrying no other protection than their intrinsic understanding of the wilderness. Partake in several days of walking and mobile camping on the savannah.

A self-made Success Story by Chef Benson

With inspired dishes like Masai Giraffe Swiss Roll and Wilderness Camp Rocky Road Chocolate Cake, Basecamp Head chef Benson Ole So...

Dreaming the Impossible – The story of Mara Naboisho

This is the story through Basecamp Eyes of a community that chose to come together when faced with external threats such as climat...

Tony Proud – visiting Masai Mara

Story and images by Tony Proud. Read the original publish here. Last October I took a safari in Naboisho Conservancy immediatel...

What is Gruve 3 Forest?

In summer 2015, Basecamp Spitsbergen got a wonderful opportunity to open a new location in Longyearbyen. Spitsbergen based and Nor...

Transforming lives on Safari

Derrick is wholeheartedly focused on giving his guests the best safari experience possible. I have a unique opportunity to chat wi...


It is a fact that Basecamp Explorer is what it is because of its staff. It is undoubtedly the individuals you meet who make a stay...


During their stay at Basecamp, there is one person who guests are particularly likely to remember. The charismatic senior guide Ma...

Agnes – a Maasai woman caught between tradition and modernity

Most Maasai women remain uneducated and illiterate. They have few alternatives besides spending their life at home, taking care of...

Securing the future

This marked the beginning of a friendship between two men from completely different worlds; a friendship founded on mutual respect...

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